The Uniform Commercial Code appears to be following the course of most uniform laws in that as the years pass it is becoming less uniform. The causes of this decline in uniformity and important examples of nonuniformity that have arisen in Article 2 of the Code are discussed. The author concludes that greater uniformity cannot be attained with state-by-state enactment and that uniformity in commercial law can be created only through federal legislation.
E. Hunter Taylor Jr.,
Uniformity of Commercial Law and State-by-State Enactment: A Confluence of Contradictions,
30 Hastings L.J. 337
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